Fig. 13.1

Left: fundus photograph of Beh?et disease showing retinal hemorrhages. Right:fluorescein angiogram showing confluent retinal ischemia (hypofluorescence) temporal to the hemorrhages.

Oral medication Oral steroid medication may be required for management of the systemic disease or more severe ocular disease. Other drugs may also be needed, such chlorambucil, cyclophosphamide or cyclosporin.

Review The uveitis tends to have an episodic course, and regular review is needed.

Behcet disease